|Home||Audio Books & Poetry | Community Audio | Computers & Technology | Grateful Dead | Live Music Archive | Music, Arts & Culture | Netlabels | News & Public Affairs | Non-English Audio | Podcasts | Radio Programs | Spirituality & Religion|
|Anonymous User (login or join us)|
Salt And Pepper, a vocal duet with ukelele, sing "I Ain't Got Nothin' Now" in this recording made on March 7, 1925. No one seems to know who Salt and Pepper were or anything about them. From the original 78rpm recording.
This audio is part of the collection: 78 RPMs & Cylinder Recordings
It also belongs to collection: Music, Arts & Culture
Artist/Composer: Salt and Pepper
Source: Original 78rpm disk digitized by old78collector
Keywords: jazz; ukelele; effing; 1920s; 78rpm
|Audio Files||Flac||VBR MP3||Ogg Vorbis||WAVE|
|SaltAndPepperIAintGotNothingNow1925.ffp||Flac FingerPrint||82.0 B|
|Other Files||Archive BitTorrent|
Lightnin' Wells -
Subject: Salt and Pepper (Who were they?)
Salt and Pepper were Jack Culpepper (Pepper) and Frank Kurtz(Salt). They were a popular vaudeville act in the mid 1920s with Jack Pepper being the ukulele player. Jack Pepper later married Ginger Rogers early in her career and they had a duo named Pepper and Ginger. Check out Jack Pepper's 1929 film shorts on YouTube.